Mantra Amphora Palm Cove

- Palm Cove, Tropical North Qld

49-63 Williams Esplanade, Palm Cove QLD

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About the area - Mantra Amphora

Mantra Amphora is positioned in the tropical village of Palm Cove, located halfway between Cairns and Port Douglas. It's an idyllic resort town famous for its alluring charm, signature restaurants, pristine beach, health spas - and fewer tourists that most other holiday hot spots.

While you'll find it quieter and more relaxed than most Tropical North Queensland tourist towns, it's by no means short on things to do.

Spend lazy days combing the fashion stores, galleries and boutique shops on the main strip of Palm Cove. Enjoy a spot of fishing off the jetty, curl up with a book on the beach, have a hit of golf, go sailing on the Great Barrier Reef and finish your day with cocktails at sunset.

If adventure's more your thing, you've come to the right place. Take your pick from white water rafting on the Tully River, snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef, rainforest excursions, island hopping on kayaks.

There are also plenty of things to keep the kids busy - from a blast on the jet skis to crocodile feeding at Harley's Crocodile Adventures, they'll be raving about their holiday for years to come.

Want assistance planning your holiday? Chat to our friendly staff about the activities and attractions you'd like to experience for your perfect tropical getaway.

Things to do in Palm Cove

  • Great Barrier Reef
  • Daintree Rainforest
  • Port Douglas
  • Cairns
  • Cape Tribulation
  • Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
  • Kuranda
  • Tablelands
  • Hartleys Crocodile Adventures, Cairns

Palm Cove events not to miss

  • Port Douglas Carnivale - May
  • Coral Coast Triathlon - June
  • Reef Feast Palm Cove - October
  • Port Douglas Art and Craft Markets - every Sunday

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